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Pro Football Zone:
Just last week we mentioned a report that indicated that Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell will likely be fired at the end of the season. Colts Vice Chairman Bill Polian gave a hint on his weekly radio show that the end could be near for Caldwell if things don’t get any better this season. [...]
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All signs point towards Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell being fired at the end of the season.
According to StampedeBlue.com Colts Vice Chairman Bill Polian said as much during his weekly radio show this week.
Polian said, “My fervent hope is that Jim’s job is not in jeopardy because my fervent hope is that we don’t go 0-16, and we’re doing everything we can to...
Paul Kuharsky notes that Jerry Hughes hasn't really lived up to expectations. He quotes Jim Caldwell's praise of waiver wire wonder Mario Addison as good evidence that Hughes isn't getting it done:
“(Addison’s) got an intense desire to play well,” Caldwell told Indianapolis reporters on Monday. “He hustles, he does what we ask of him and he’s learning. He’s...
On Monday, Colts Vice Chairman Bill Polian hosted his weekly radio show “Let’s see what Polian can say to drive Colts fans crazy.” Two comments stuck out. The first came when Polian was asked if coach Jim Caldwell’s job was in jeopardy. “My fervent hope is that Jim’s job is not in jeopardy because my fervent…
Two years after being within two games of an undefeated regular season, the Colts are within three games of a winless season. And if the Colts complete the feat, coach Jim Caldwell reportedly will be fired. Per Jason La Canfora of NFL Network, sources close to the situation have said that “unequivocally” an 0-16 finish…
Colts coach Jim Caldwell said Wednesday that Manning is throwing the ball as part of his rehabilitation from neck surgery Sept. 8.
The rumor floated yesterday by JMV1070 that Manning was at the Colts’ complex throwing the football with Austin Collie and Dallas Clark now seems viable. Coach Jim Caldwell confirmed today that Manning has “started throwing a football again.” That said, Manning will not practice today, and we shouldn’t expect him to return any time soon. [...]
Colts fans could have the best of both worlds in 2012: Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck on the same roster.
On Bill Polian's radio show Monday night, the team's vice chairman acknowledged that even if Indianapolis took a quarterback with the No. 1 draft pick, presumably Luck, the only way to turn things around next season would be with a veteran.
Polian did not specifically...
Peyton Manning has started throwing the football again. Colts coach Jim Caldwell said Wednesday that Manning is throwing the ball as part of his rehabilitation from neck surgery Sept. 8.
Peyton Manning may be eager to return to the lineup this year but Jim Caldwell doesn't seem to even know when he'll practice. While it's good news that Manning is throwing it's clear his return is still a ways off:
“His rehab is, they’re increasing it, is ramping up a little here and there,’’ coach Jim Caldwell said prior to this afternoon’s practice...
The Colts will have to win their last two games the same way they tried to win their first 14 -- without Peyton Manning.
Minutes after the previously winless Colts got their first win, 27-13 over Tennessee, team vice chairman Bill Polian said the four-time league MVP will not play this season though he has begun throwing to teammates at the team complex.
The comments came in a...